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|Bangjie, T., & Yanfa, L. (1988). The Status of Captive Snow Leopards in China. In H.Freeman (Ed.), (pp. 151–166). India: International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India.|
Wharton, D. (1997). Endangered Species Update. Endangered Species Update, 14(11), 13.
Abstract: The snow leopard is listed as endangered, although most of its high mountain habitat remains untouched. However the ability of humans to exploit wildlife has led to it being endangered. Serious attempts to keep snow leopards in captivity began in 1891, but it was not until the 1950s that cubs survived long enough to become breeders. The American Zoo and Aquarium Association (ASA) Snow Leopard Species Survival Plan (SSP) was set up in 1984, achieving success with breeding goals.
Keywords: Species-Survival-Plan; zoo; breeders; captivity; Asa; Ssp; browse; species survival plan; species; survival; plan; 1100; endangered; endangered species; endangered-species